Digital X-Ray

Digital radiography refers to a new type of Xray imaging in which digital sensors are used in place the traditional photographic film. It does not require any chemical processes to transfer the images digitally. You can create images that are similar to traditional radiography using less radiation.

Digital Radiography (DR), or DX, is basically a way to capture X-ray images without the use of film. An alternative to film is a device that captures the image digitally and records it. Then, it can be accessed as a digital file. The file can be saved to the customer’s computer and used for many purposes. It processes the images faster than the standard type. The range of the images is wider, making it more useful in situations where there are under and overexposure. It uses a unique image processing process that improves image quality.